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Old 10-16-2016, 01:06 PM   #1
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Clothing storage solution

My Scamp fifth wheel is not the deluxe version and we didn't realize we would not be getting the forward cabinets in the bed area. I solved the clothing storage problem by hanging a closet sweater hanger between the bathroom wall and the wall at the port side of the bed. I attached two large sticky hooks to the smooth walls (no ratfur there) and tied small loops to hold the ends of the rod. It works perfectly, fits in the spot just right and I have six "drawers" now to put clothing. We use Dots clothing cubes and they fit great.

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Old 10-16-2016, 02:55 PM   #2
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Like this idea, making me think about how I could adapt this for my Boler....thanks for posting!


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Old 10-17-2016, 10:23 AM   #3
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Can you post a picture?
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Old 10-17-2016, 12:07 PM   #4
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We like the fabric-covered storage cubes, too. Use them in our one big closet. Your idea sounds brilliant!
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Thumbs up Picture of my hanging sweater thing clothing storage solution

Here it is. Works great!
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Originally Posted by terrinolte View Post
Here it is. Works great!
IT may work great, but apparently your picture didn't. I'd still love to see it, though.

My old Burro came with a built-in closet on the side between the back dinette/bed assembly and it's been wonderful for hanging clothes, but I've been thinking of how a couple of the right sized storage cubes under said back bed (which is now permanently set up as a bed) might be a good place for folded clothes, towels, etc, etc. I might even use one for clean stuff and a second one beside it as a dirty clothes hamper.

I sure wish I were talented and skilled enough to build one of those overhead shelves that were sometimes installed in the Burros!

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Here is what we used in our 13' Scamp, in the hanging closets.
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